"I wonder... What happened to Eszti? She haven't written me for MORE THAN ONE DAY now..."
(meanwhile in Tatabánya)
ELIZA: I see you really do like bokeh, eh?
ESZTI: Hehe... yes. What's bokeh anyway?
ELIZA: Thought you know since you love it so much... So umm... well... just google it.
ELIZA: You see?
ESZTI: Gooooooosh! With that in mind, I'll have a much better search term to find the pictures I want.
ELIZA: Yeah... too bad you had to use 'kitsch' before.
ESZTI left the conversation...
At my grandparents' I was told everything about Zoltán Mága's greatness.
There is a hungarian phrase for the situation when someone takes a great effort to persuade you of something. When someone does that, we say: “He/she is talking a hole into my stomach”. Interesting phrase, I know.
"Five pages of monsters! Think out five pages of monsters! Come ooon! Think! Think! Think!"
picture #1. procrastination.
Yupp! Our homework was to create 5 pages of monsters - or more like mutants made of various stuff: some usual like human beings, plants and animals, but also things like machines, houses and stuf...
We got our homework on the 10th. It's one day until the next lesson. You do the math.
(If you're interested, you can check out the finished ones here, as well as some other works I did for this class)
Oookay, maybe I'm too old* for these drawing competitions.
*just to be clear, there were various categories to apply, like "kindergarten children", "elementary school students", "high school students", "university students" - and actually there was a category for "grown-ups" as well. How could I know that only the first 3 categories will be interested in a Christmas card making contest? :D